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What are people saying about Swift To-Do List 7

Leib Moscovitz No download link for the new version was posted - please correct this!
Jul 7 2010 at 12:27am Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Leib,

The program is not released yet, so there is no download link. It is currently in semi-public beta. You can email us at if you want to participate in the beta.
Dextronet - Jul 7 2010 at 12:35am Copy Link
Robin Miller We're very close to purchase date. Is there a try-out version yet?
Jul 19 2010 at 3:20pm Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Robin, Yes, you can download trial version at (The program is not officially released yet, but we will release it today or tomorrow, and you can already download it)
Dextronet - Jul 19 2010 at 7:52pm Copy Link
Dextronet By the way, the program can be downloaded now. The download button is now active!
Dextronet - Jul 23 2010 at 4:52am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson @ M J, Frank Stephens, Mitch Kite A new forum thread, populated with your previous comments: Thanks! -r
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 23 2010 at 9:18am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Folks, feel free to ask product-specific questions here.  If they are courteous and respectful, they'll stay regardless of positive or negative connotation.  Ranting, raving, and general concerns belong in the forums.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 24 2010 at 2:14am Copy Link
H. H. Hallo,
1.will there be a timetracking feature (nocht manually inserting the spent time,.but measuring time like in "my timebox")
2.if not will there be an easy import/export between my teimebox and todol list?
3. will there be apossibilty in my timebox for not only count down e.g. 1 hour, but to elongate the conunt down in case the project is not finished within 1 hour and one wants to now the real time spent?

I really think that the time tracking feature would be a very useful/necessary feature for todo list pro.

4. In cyse nothi9ng of the above is already available, do you plan such improvements fot the future=

Thank you fora answering soonly in advance

with kind regards
Jul 25 2010 at 1:55am Copy Link
Dextronet Hallo H.H! 1. Yes. If enough users request it, we will definitely add it. (It is currently not implemented) 2. Yes, we will create new My Timeboxing version (hopefully this year) with easy import/export between Swift To-Do List and My Timeboxing 3. Yes, this will be also improved in the new My Timeboxing version.
Dextronet - Jul 25 2010 at 1:59am Copy Link
Tony . There are two things I wish this program could do 1) Recur tasks n days, weeks, months, or years after the last completion date 2) Recur tasks from a start to end date every year Outlook can do the first. I have not seen a program that can do the second. For example, I might want a task to appear every two weeks from Jan to March every year without recreating the task every year.
Jul 25 2010 at 4:10am Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Tony, 1) Swift To-Do List can't recur tasks after completion yet, but we will probably add this feature. It seems that more users are interested in it. 2) You can set start date and end date for recurrence, but yes, you will have to modify the start date and end date every year.
Dextronet - Jul 25 2010 at 4:15am Copy Link
Pedro Laurent Hi, which version you are offering for this discount? Standard or Professional? And what's the license policy, updates and upgrade policy. Thanks
Jul 25 2010 at 4:20pm Copy Link
Maury R Yes, I would also like answers to @Pedro' question: Thanks, Maury Hi, which version you are offering for this discount? Standard or Professional? And what's the license policy, updates and upgrade policy. Thanks
Jul 25 2010 at 6:19pm Copy Link
mauryriganto@gmail.comaury R Sorry - I should have read more before asking a question.  From the retail price posted here and on your web site, it looks like this is the STANDARD version. Can we also get 56% off on the PROFESSIONAL version?  Why?  Because there is one feature in the Professional version that I can't believe isn't included in the standard version - and it's needed.  " Professional Version Only: Set start and completion dates for your tasks."  Really, not included?  What good is a "To-Do" list program that won't let you set start and finish dates?  I would buy the Standard edition with that feature, probably NOT without it. OR, the professional version with 56% off list.  Hey - this place is all about getting a bargain!  ;o)
Jul 25 2010 at 6:30pm Copy Link
Dextronet The promotion is for both Standard and Professional editions. When you press Buy Now, you can choose one. If you buy this version, you will get all future 7.xx upgrades for free. The license will never expire. Upgrade to version 8.00 will be probably paid.
Dextronet - Jul 25 2010 at 7:17pm Copy Link
Maury R Thanks for such a fast reply Jiri - I don't know what time it is where you are, but it's almost 1 AM here!

Wow - the Professional for $39.95?  I'm going to be all over that!  I'm one of the worlds most un-organized people - I'm hoping this will help!

Jul 25 2010 at 7:45pm Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Peter, You can easily carry the database file over to another computer. Use File - Copy (Backup) Database to create a copy. Joining two different database files is not possible yet, but we plan to add this feature in the future.
Dextronet - Jul 26 2010 at 12:47am Copy Link
PG BNax I tried this last week, and am unsure whether it was the new version.  In any event, despite searching endlessly within the app as well as the companion website, I saw no hint of a sync feature -- e.g. gCal, Outlook, or some sort of cloud mechanism to ensure smooth db access with whatever device (laptop, netbook, smartphone). I see the comment above re copying the db, but really, this is the 21st century. Like many, I rely heavily on my Droid/DroidX. Respectfully, am I correct in concluding that this app completely ignores mobility concerns??? I hope not, as I like the UI and assorted features, but the days of being tied to one desktop machine are long gone. No mobility-related features (sync) = a deal breaker. Thanks.
Jul 26 2010 at 2:06am Copy Link
Stephane M I did not see a way to display all scheduled tasks on a calendar. For me I think this feature will be helpful to quickly have a good overview. May be I missed it. Thanks.
Jul 26 2010 at 2:06am Copy Link
Dextronet PG BNax: Syncing features are not yet implemented, but we will launch a web-based application that will be able to sync with the program. It will be possible to access it with any device connected to the internet. Also, you can currently export your tasks to comma delimited CSV files or HTML. Stephane: We plan to add a calendar panel this year.
Dextronet - Jul 26 2010 at 2:10am Copy Link
Stephane M Thanks Jiri. What is the frequency of major versions? Once a year? It seems to have lots of features coming up. Are you planning on integrating them in version 7.x or 8?
Jul 26 2010 at 3:14am Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Stephane, We plan to add LOTS of new features in the 7.xx version, including most of the mentioned. Major upgrades are not regular, we do not know when the next one will be yet, but once a year or two years seems about right.
Dextronet - Jul 26 2010 at 3:19am Copy Link
Stephen Charles Are there plans to create an android phone interface to Swift To-Do List?
Jul 26 2010 at 4:00am Copy Link
Dextronet Stephen: Our new web-based application will have interface for android phone, so yes, this will be possible. You will be able to make changes on both Windows and in the web-app (eg. using phone), and then sync it with the windows app, too. Just please keep in mind that it is planned for the year-end or next year.
Dextronet - Jul 26 2010 at 4:41am Copy Link
Stephen Charles Jiri, thanks for the update. Will the web interface be a free upgrade to this purchase or a part of the Version 8? Can you give us a ball-park of the V8 upgrade price if the web/android functionality will be a part of that release? Thanks again...
Jul 26 2010 at 5:11am Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Stephen, The web-app will be an independent application, possibly slightly discounted for users of Swift To-Do List (STDL) for Windows. Because of our ongoing costs of providing web-based service, it will be probably paid on a yearly basis (perhaps around $30). You will be able to use it even without STDL for Windows. Upgrade to version 8 will probably cost less than the current upgrade from version 6 to version 7, because it cannot possibly be as huge and radical as this one, but I do not know the price yet.
Dextronet - Jul 26 2010 at 5:18am Copy Link
Maury R Hi Jiri - just bought the professional version - looking forward to good things, and maybe finally becoming more organized.  Thanks, and thanks BDJ.
Jul 26 2010 at 10:37am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Glad you like the software Maury :-) -r
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 26 2010 at 12:23pm Copy Link
Stephane M Jiri, do I need to purchase 2 licenses if I plan to use STDL on 1 machine and 1 USB key?
Jul 26 2010 at 1:19pm Copy Link
Dextronet Stephane: You are all set with the 3 PC pack :) The new web-app will have different pricing than the current one. If you have any further questions, feel free to email us anytime. Thanks everyone for purchasing!
Dextronet - Jul 26 2010 at 6:30pm Copy Link
Jason'sHat Can I import tasks from Outlook?
Jan 19 2011 at 6:55pm Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Jason,

You currently can't import tasks from Outlook, BUT, you can attach tasks (and emails and calendar items) from Outlook to tasks in Swift To-Do List. See a video how it's done:
Dextronet - Jan 19 2011 at 7:28pm Copy Link
Alan What's the status of the web version that will allow sync to Android, etc? Is this something that you are still planning on having?
Jan 20 2011 at 12:54am Copy Link
Dextronet Alan: Yes, it is our main focus right now. We plan to release it in 3-5 months. We will also release 1-click synchronization service that will allow you to synchronize Swift To-Do List between computers easily.
Dextronet - Jan 20 2011 at 1:00am Copy Link
Alan Or do I just need to buy the 3 PC pack?? If so, then my only questions is can it actually be run from the USB without installing?

Jan 20 2011 at 1:00am Copy Link
Dextronet Alan: Yes, 3-PC pack is all you need.

The USB version works like this: You install the program on your home computer, then use File - Deploy to USB. This will copy Swift To-Do List to the USB, and from that point on, you can run it from the USB from any computer without installing it - even at work.
Dextronet - Jan 20 2011 at 1:14am Copy Link
Alan Thanks,
Jan 20 2011 at 1:24am Copy Link
Jason'sHat That's pretty cool Jiri
Jan 20 2011 at 2:55am Copy Link
Shazad Anwar Hi,

Is it possible to create task from an Outlook email?

It looks like you can only attach Outlook emails to existing tasks.

Jan 20 2011 at 6:03am Copy Link
Dextronet Shazard:
Yes, you can currently only attach Outlook emails to existing tasks. It will be possible to create new tasks from Outlook emails in the future.
Dextronet - Jan 20 2011 at 6:44am Copy Link
Mary Wilson Currently I use a very basic program for my To Do list called Tudumo as I can print off my To Do list and bring it with me. You show the print screen, but not a print out screen shot. Do you have one that I can see. I could not figure out which systems that you can use this system on. Does it work on Windows 7? Looks like you have plans for a USB version. Do you also have plans for a version for iPad or iPhone or do you all ready have this version. My only real complaint is that I really wish you had a test data base to play around with.
Jan 20 2011 at 6:53am Copy Link
Fred Shepherd In the professional version, can a list be shared between multiple users on a network?
Jan 20 2011 at 7:01am Copy Link
Dextronet Mary:
1. Running from USB is already supported and included
2. I would say that the print-out looks very nice. The export is highly configurable. You can download the free trial and try it for yourself. You can use "Batch Add Tasks" feature to quickly add some test tasks.
3. Yes, Windows 7 is of course supported.
4. It will be possible to use iPad and iPhone to access the companion web-app that we are currently working on.

Swift To-Do List is curently single user only. However, simple team collaboration functionality will be part of the sync service that we plan to launch in a few months.
Dextronet - Jan 20 2011 at 7:48am Copy Link
Mary Wilson What is the plans for the companion web-app and how will it work with what I am purchasing and interact with your program.
Jan 20 2011 at 8:08am Copy Link
Dextronet Mary:

The companion web-app will be a service with various pricing plans depending on number of users and other factors, probably including a free tier as well. The details are not decided yet.

It will be easy to synchronize the app with it - with just 1 click. Also, it will be easy to synchronize Swift To-Do List between computers - also with just 1 click.
Dextronet - Jan 20 2011 at 8:13am Copy Link
Mr User Can I set up a list of websites to be updated by date months in advance with the attached files to be used.
Jun 26 2011 at 6:01am Copy Link
K X Is a calendar panel still being planned?
Jul 3 2011 at 8:18pm Copy Link
Dextronet K X: Yes. It will be added this year. We plan to add many new features.
Dextronet - Jul 4 2011 at 12:10am Copy Link
Albert C. Is the cloud service coming soon? When I purchased STDL7 Pro last time here it was mentioned to be released in a few months from then. Hopefully the service will be launched soon! ^_^
Jul 4 2011 at 3:07am Copy Link
Dextronet Albert: Glad you've asked! We are just launching a private beta of the online synchronization, and will have a public beta in approx 2 weeks, and final version soon after that.

The new version with online synchronization will be a free upgrade for all current customers.

If you want to prepare for the online synchronization, I recommend you to exploit this opportunity to get the 1-user-3-PC pack.
Dextronet - Jul 4 2011 at 3:15am Copy Link
Albert C. Very cool Jiri!!! ^_^ Thanks for your tip! ;-)
Jul 4 2011 at 3:19am Copy Link
Michael K The headline price is for the Standard version. Will there also be an option on the "Buy Now" button to buy the "Pro" version instead?


Jul 4 2011 at 10:09am Copy Link
Dextronet Michael: Yes, the Pro edition will be available as well.
Dextronet - Jul 4 2011 at 10:23am Copy Link
Michael K Jiri - Thanks for the "swift" response :-). I like maximum flexibility so it is the Pro Version that will be of interest to me and am glad you've confirmed there will be an option to buy it.

I downloaded the trial version and it looks nice. Although the software includes 22 columns of predetermined data that can be turned on and off, it seems there there is no option for the user to create and a new data columns of their own choosing.

There are options for users to add their own "Priority" and "Type" classifications and it would add greatly to the program's flexibility for a user to be able to add their own columns too. Do you envisage this is a feature that is likely to be available soon or at all?


Jul 4 2011 at 11:03am Copy Link
K X It's good to see the program is frequently updated, expanded in its capabilities.

Is there (or could there be in the future) a way to use our own icons (whether it's to replace or add to the existing icon set)?
Jul 4 2011 at 11:31am Copy Link
Northern sp. z o.o. When I buy for example 5 licenses,I can give volume discount 20% (on Your web) apart from BDJ 56% discount ???
Jul 4 2011 at 1:35pm Copy Link
K X I'm still a little confused about the Deploy to USB option versus the 3 computer license. From most of what I've read, it sounds like I should be able to install Swift To-Do List Pro on my home computer (I've already installed the trial version), deploy to USB and then run Swift To-Do List Pro on the work computer from the USB. Are there any limitations to this?

However, Alan Sawyer asked the same question above--about using Deploy to USB--and was told to purchase the three PC license, which is why I'm confused.

I tried to figure out the answer to this myself, but Deploy to USB is disabled in the trial version.
Jul 4 2011 at 6:16pm Copy Link
Dextronet Michael: Yes, custom columns are definitely something that we want to add, possibly this year even. If we add this feature, it will be really cool, as it will fully support many various field types.

K X: Yes, that's another feature we plan to add this year. It has been requested by many so it's quite high in our priority list. We will be also adding new icons to the inbuilt library of 144 icons, possibly doubling it.

Arkadiusz Robert: The 56% discount is CRAZY as it is. It can't be combined with any other discount.

K X: If you want to regularly use it on multiple computers, you need a license for each computer (or to get the 1-user-3-PC pack). Occasional use on a random computer is OK.
Dextronet - Jul 5 2011 at 7:58am Copy Link
Peter Margol Are you planning an Android version soon? For this kind of software, it's a must these days... (with a free, Dropbox-based cloud syncing then, please - that would take me from the competitors to you;)
Jul 6 2011 at 2:45am Copy Link
John Seiffer I've been using the Pro version for a while and I love it - just want to give a plug to those on the fence. I look forward to the online sync if I can access it with my android devices.

One thing I really like about it is the different views. I use the To-Do lists as a project and if I want I can see just the tasks relating to one project. But I can assign a priority or a context to each task and with a different view see all my NEXT ACTIONS for all projects or all tasks for all projects for a given context. Love that.

Also want to request that the search be expanded to include the names of the To-Do lists and not just the tasks.
Jul 6 2011 at 3:26am Copy Link
Dextronet Peter Margol: Yes, you can expect that this year.

John: Thanks for the kind words! I'm glad that you love Swift To-Do List :-) Yes, improving the search feature is something that we plan to do.
Dextronet - Jul 6 2011 at 3:33am Copy Link
Merle One Hi,
Is there an upgrade path from Std to Pro ?
Jul 6 2011 at 5:19am Copy Link
Dextronet Merle: Yes, you can pay the price difference. Email us at for details.
Dextronet - Jul 6 2011 at 5:27am Copy Link
Ray Costanzo Just an opinion offered: I have this software, and I love it. I strongly recommend it, and no, I have no ties to Dextronet.
Jul 6 2011 at 5:42am Copy Link
Harald Vogel I would be interested if it is planned to add some form of a "Tab" feature so that more than one list or one list with different views in different tabs can be shown at the same time. This is something I'm missing in the todolist software I tested so far. Most of them have some form of views or filters but it can only be shown one view at the same time. I think in almost all tools I use adding adding tabs made a big advantage. Think about making a great Internet browser but without tabs today! ;-)
Jul 6 2011 at 6:26am Copy Link
Charlie N Hi,
Looking for a button to buy the Pro version at a discounted cost now. Is there a button/link I am missing or will this come later as a seperate offer?
Jul 6 2011 at 9:51am Copy Link
Dextronet Charlie: When you click the Buy button, a popup will be displayed, which will allow you to select what edition you want.
Dextronet - Jul 6 2011 at 11:12am Copy Link
Michael K I bought Tree Notes when it was offered on BitsDuJour and note that it can export it's database to Swift To Do list, although I have not tried it yet.

Rather than going through the process of exporting a database to Swift To Do List, would a closer integration between the two programs not make it easier to just "send" one or more notes from Tree Notes directly to Swift Notes or a To Do Item from Swift Notes directly to one or more notes in Tree Notes?

And I too think a "Tab" feature as suggested earlier, would be a beneficial enhancement.


Jul 6 2011 at 11:42am Copy Link
Neil Hinrichsen Hi Jiri

I'm on Swift To-Do 6.96...

...what would it cost me on today's deal to to upgrade to Vers 7 Pro?

thanks, Neil
Jul 6 2011 at 11:57am Copy Link
Marco Pivetta It´s a great software, but not usefull to me, because it does not sync with my cellphone. I will think about it when you create a way to sync with Iphone and android mobile.
Jul 6 2011 at 12:01pm Copy Link
Charlie N Hi,
I bought the professional edition about 20 minuites ago, have installed and am already productive with the product. As noted it is not Wireshark, but it is a powerful and intuitive task manager - perfect for a multi-project, multi-tasking professional.

I use the GTD method ( and it is setting up very nicely to do that, especially with the Task Tree and the Context feature of the Pro version.

If you're on the fence, I highly recommend!

Jul 6 2011 at 7:02pm Copy Link
Dextronet Michael: You can open the database from new Tree Notes in Swift To-Do List.

Neil: $19.95 to standard, $39.95 to Professional.

Marco: We will have this functionality in a couple of months.
Dextronet - Jul 6 2011 at 11:53pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Dextronet has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 7 2011 at 12:00am Copy Link
David Vaughan It seems like a great product!

Will the upcoming ability to sync with a mobile device (Android for me) require a subscription similar to Swift To-Do List Online (starting at $9.95 per month)? ? I hope not.

To keep costs down, I prefer to sync my PC and mobile device locally. I assume, this will require dedicated versions of STDL for the PC and the various mobile platforms rather than a web-based solution? The web-based solution sounds like easier programming for you (and maybe easier for users too) but I don't want to pay an extra $10+ per month.

Thanks! ~Dave
Jul 7 2011 at 1:59am Copy Link
Andreas Hoffmann Hey,
bought STDL some time ago here and found it a really great, productive and time-saving tool. And the author was adding a lot of very useful feature for no cost within version 7, the last ones - important for me - were TimeTracking and Inline-Editing.

Sync with other PCs would be great as with mobile devices, but don't forget Windows 7 Phone beside all the Android- and iHype, Jiri! :-)

Greetings - Andreas
Jul 7 2011 at 4:22am Copy Link
Robert Baker Is Swift’s DB “open” for access by an equipped user? If so, what container is used [e.g. SQLite, MySQL, MS SQL Express, etc.]. Note: I still use an older version of ACT because ACT’s newer versions prevent direct access to MY OWN data for use in other related programs. After many years of software use I feel strong that my data is mine and should be accessible for my use in any way I deem necessary and in any case more than one successful software company has dropped support of more than one good product and or closed their doors leaving users in the lurch.
Jul 7 2011 at 11:06am Copy Link
Robert Baker Is Swift’s DB “open” for access by an equipped user? If so, what container is used [e.g. SQLite, MySQL, MS SQL Express, etc.]. Note: I still use an older version of ACT because ACT’s newer versions prevent direct access to MY OWN data for use in other related programs. After many years of software use I feel strong that my data is mine and should be accessible for my use in any way I deem necessary and in any case more than one successful software company has dropped support of more than one good product and or closed their doors leaving users in the lurch.
Jul 7 2011 at 11:06am Copy Link
Dextronet Robert: We use VistaDB engine (not related to Windows Vista in any way). It is a managed database engine for .NET. You can get a trial package of VistaDB which includes Data Builder which allows you to work with the raw data.

David: It will be a service. The pricing is not yet decided, but because everything will be done through our secure servers, it can't be free. However, it should be affordable, and all customers will get at least couple of months of free service.
Dextronet - Jul 7 2011 at 1:15pm Copy Link
Robert Baker Since the Swift's uses a VistaDB engine and all I'm interested in doing is accessing it's content [not development or extra deployment] is there an available driver? [also - please delete my duplicate post above]
Jul 7 2011 at 3:18pm Copy Link
James Kenney What are the advantages that your product has over ToDoList by AbstractSpoon Software or Task Coach, or for that matter Outlook?
Jul 7 2011 at 4:41pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Dextronet has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 9 2011 at 10:15am Copy Link
Jamie Staler It says the deal has expired. How can I get the buy option from the extension?

For the calendar panel, will that be for STDL 7?
Jul 9 2011 at 10:46am Copy Link
K X John Seiffer: How do you implement or identify your Next Actions? If you're using Swift To-Do List for a GTD system, do you have any other tips about how you do it?

James Kenney: I downloaded ToDoList and Task Coach after you mentioned them. I noticed that they have some cool features that are not yet in STDL, but are said to be in the pipeline, but mainly for me, a huge difference is I found I could use STDL right away, and the others were less intuitive with more of a learning curve.

Jiri, I bought the 3 PC Pro license to cover work and home computers. Thanks for such a great deal. If not for the Bits deal, I probably wouldn't have considered the program. For now I'm using the portable version so that I can have my personal (from home) to do lists accessible to view and edit, but also to keep that personal database on the USB drive and not on the work computer.

I like the program and have used it now for a few days and for anyone on the fence, I would recommend the they go for the Pro version for its essential feature set and ability to be flexibly customized.

There's a lot of helpful info on the Dextronet blog, and I'm keeping my eye on the the list of what's coming up:
Jul 10 2011 at 11:20am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Dextronet has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 3 2011 at 9:39am Copy Link
Louis H I was hoping this one would be back soon. Thanks to BDJ and Dextronet for putting it back on the "Deal Coming Soon" list!
Nov 20 2011 at 2:42am Copy Link
Dextronet Online sync that allows you to synchronize the Windows desktop Swift To-Do List between computers is currently in beta, with about 30 testers from our customers. It also allows you to access your data via mobile devices. You can even invite other people to collaborate. It also acts as a remote backup. We expect to launch the final release in a few months, and it will be a free upgrade for users of the version 7.

If you would like to participate in beta, please request access by submitting this form:
Dextronet - Nov 20 2011 at 5:02am Copy Link
Louis H Thank you, Jiri, for the response.
Nov 20 2011 at 3:56pm Copy Link
Ray Costanzo I've been using this for close to a year or so, and it's great, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for this type of software. I have no affiliation with the company!
Nov 21 2011 at 4:34am Copy Link
Roberto Hello Jiri, just a question.

For my daily task, i wish to attach some txt and pdf files (invoices, proposals, drafts). Could swift to-do, allow me to search in attachments?

The pdf files are text-searchable (no need for ocr them).

My workaround would be to "pdf2text" every attachment, and write it down in the task's notes.. but its quite annoying.

Do you have planned this feature in a near future?
Nov 21 2011 at 6:01am Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Roberto! We would like to make attachments searchable in the future, probably even .doc, .docx, .rtf, .txt and .pdf attachments. We have SO MANY new features lined up coming in the 7.xx line that I can't tell you when this is going to be though. However, we are always counting "votes" for features, so thanks for voting! :-)

Ray: Thanks a lot for your kind words and support!
Dextronet - Nov 21 2011 at 7:36am Copy Link
Roberto Thanks your reply, I really apreciate about you listen your customer suggestions. Count me in :-)
Nov 21 2011 at 8:15am Copy Link
Charlie N I'm another satisfied user from an earlier BDJ purchase. This is an excellent, stable product. Easy to use and very powerful. Plus Updates just show up and install seamlessly. Highly recommended for personal and professional use.

I have many tasks in many different areas to track, both personal and for work. This allows me to keep a clear mind and categorize tasks then filter all or select categories. It will even send me email reminders and I can drag in Outlook emails and they become tasks.

You won't be disappointed, money well spent. And no, I don't get a commission :-) I just felt that this is such a good deal I needed to share with old and new BDJ colleagues.
Nov 22 2011 at 1:14pm Copy Link
Michael R. Is there a way to enter e.g. ebay-auctions in the way that a countdown appears whch shows the user at once how much time is left to bid?

It would be great if would be if the time when the countdown-timers would pop up (e.g. 2h before the time is over) and if the order of appearence could be chronological, i.e. the timely next article would be on top (or bottom)
Nov 23 2011 at 12:49am Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Michael,

The program has not been originally designed for this. However, it is very flexible. So, you can, of course, create a task for each auction, and set it a reminder scheduled 2h before the auction ends. The program will then remind you. Once you are reminded, you can snooze the reminder, edit the task, view task notes, etc.

Also, you can display the Reminder column which shows the reminder time and date, and sort your task list using the Reminder column. That way, you will see what ends the soonest.
Dextronet - Nov 23 2011 at 1:21am Copy Link
Software Guy The developer has thoughtfully offered 1 user 3 pc licenses in this offer - thanks!
Also, I do like the idea of multiple (visible) countdown timers(reminders) of Michael R above. Useful for ebay but also many other applications.
Perhaps the developer Dextronet might consider this idea for future versions. In another application, my daughter (in college) says that her time management is simply tracking and managing tests, papers and assignments due. She just wants to know what is due, when and how much time. She likes the idea of multiple visible countdown timers. This is essentially the same request as the ebay auction timers.
I like the fact that they say their "passion" is to develop the best to do list. Thanks Dextronet for a nice product.
Nov 23 2011 at 3:38am Copy Link
Louis H Make that a 3 pc license at a very nice (and low) price!

Looking forward to getting to know this program. And looking forward to the coming Online Sync and Mobile features!!!!

Add my support for development of multiple, visible countdown timers/reminders.
Nov 23 2011 at 5:04am Copy Link
barney Barnes I just bought the Pro 3-pack ... for $134.95 (according to the completion page I received)! When I click on the receipt link on the acknowledgment page, I get nothing - a blank page.

However, when I check PayPal, it shows a payment of $44.95.

Now, if I'd been doing this via a bank card, it might have been several days before I could have made that discovery. That would have been several days spent cursing the folk behind this process for thieves and scoundrels, and discovery of the real payment would not soothe my foul mood.

Methinks ye need to adjust your sales process presentation to reflect reality rather than theory.
Nov 23 2011 at 6:05am Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Barney:

I'm sorry for the trouble. However, I've just tried placing a test order using a payment card, and the purchase page displayed the discounted price correctly in the Total column. The "Thank you for your purchase page" displayed it correctly as well. The link to the PDF receipt worked, and the receipt showed the correct discounted price. Even the email receipt I've received showed the correct discounted price.

It is possible that PayPal shows the wrong price somewhere, but rest assured, only the discounted price will be charged. Also, rest assured as we offer 90-day money back guarantee that you can use in the very unlikely scenario something goes wrong.
Dextronet - Nov 23 2011 at 6:12am Copy Link
Louis H @barney - The initial online completion receipt from BMTMicro, after I made my purchase showed the same thing, but my email receipts (and when I clicked on the receipt link) and my bank account showed the correct discounted price.

Not sure why this happened, but I did save a screen image of the receipt, Jiri, if you ever need to further investigate why this occurred.

Just signed up for beta testing the online sync and web-based mobile version and know I made the right choice! Now looking forward to an actual Android version! (Patience!) :)

Even at this early Beta stage for the Mobile web-based version, I can see how this program will help me more effectively organize my day as a Home Health Nurse.

And a special thank you to MK for alerting me to be on the lookout for Swift To-Do!
Nov 23 2011 at 6:35am Copy Link
Dextronet MK: Thanks for your praise! We are happy to serve.

Glenn: Yes, with the Professional edition, you can edit the Completion dates very easily.
Dextronet - Nov 23 2011 at 7:52am Copy Link
Glenn Byerly There are times when I do not mark an item complete until one or more days after its actual completion date. Is it possible to alter the completion date, so it reflects the actual date completed, instead of the date when the item is marked complete? This allows status reports, etc. to be accurate.
Nov 23 2011 at 12:34pm Copy Link
MK Being using Swift To-Do Pro since January 2011. Got it on the BDJ 3-license deal, and it's a steal. Great balance of functions, usability and price - simply the best there is out there.
Jiri is very quick to respond to queries and does frequent updates.
Here's how I'm using it:
I have very large and expensive projects with many sub-projects, many multi-discplined teams and thousands of local, national and international regulations and requirements - all of which have to be managed and then audited.
I use STDP's tree view to breakdown the work into a hierarchy. For each bit of work, I have regulatory and client requirements, so I turn these into tasks.
I assign the tasks to managers of teams. I use priority, status, %done and dates to track progress.
I customise the context to categorise and so reference any regulatority and client requirements. I use attachments to link the references to actual electronic copies in case someone questions where I get my info from, and so I can call it up with a double-click.
I use the notes to write-up any issues or deviations from work, and responses.
I can then use filters to print-out progress reports. I can do this in different views, for example, by manager, work, client or regulatory requirement, etc.
And I can setup reminders to email or ring the alarm bells if something really important is needing done.
Brilliant piece of software.
Nov 23 2011 at 12:35pm Copy Link
Chinchih Lu This application installs to "%userprofile%\AppData\Local\Swift To-Do List\" on Windows 7. Is there a way to specify an install destination other than the default?
Nov 23 2011 at 2:30pm Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Chinchih,

No, this cannot be changed. We do it this way so admin. privileges are not necessary for installation. Google Chrome does it the same way. Sorry for any trouble.
Dextronet - Nov 23 2011 at 2:41pm Copy Link
Chinchih Lu Does Swift To-Do support sub-tasks?
Nov 23 2011 at 5:19pm Copy Link
Sweet Soft Nice program just purchased the Professional edition.

It's not easy to make a GUI with loads of features but still make it simple, with good usability but you guys have managed it.

Thanks, looking at your Outlook backup next. :)
Nov 23 2011 at 9:56pm Copy Link
Dextronet Chinchih Lu: Not yet, but we are already working on it and have this feature 50% done. We would like to add it in about 3 months.

Sweet Soft and MK: Thanks for your praise!
Dextronet - Nov 23 2011 at 11:35pm Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi,

Hopefully you will extend a day. The reasonable alternative is the Pro 3-pack and it is a spot of cash, so needs evaluation.

I notice a few things.

There does not seem to be a field where you can put in a hot link url clickable for a task. That url can be down in the notes but you would only see one at a time. When you put the notes preview as a column the url is not clickable. Can you make it so, or add a clickable url field ?

Swift has never been calendar oriented. However if I put in a lot of recurring tasks (e.g. weekly bluegrass gospel radio shows) then I would like to see what "tasks" (events) are on a date. Similarly things like "Completion Date" (my coupon expires, my report is due) should show up in a standard rudimentary calendar that can print. (This does not have to be the fancy daily planner type of calendar.)

I see the workaround with sorting by DueDate, but there should then be a time column (well there is sort of one in the recurring field).

I see a Global View, a Selected View (specific To-Do Lists combined) would be nice.

I would like to see at least some user-defined columns, too, in the ListPro fashion,. which excels in flexible list design. (but lacks lots of todo features.. so the two programs can be complementary.) Your selection of columns feature is very good, filtering looks reasonably good.

Overall, nice software. Most of your real competition in friendly To-Do is dormant in development (Quick, Priorganizer, etc) leaving this niche open to you. And the freebies Task Coach, To-Do List by Abstract Spoon are more tech-oriented, less friendly, maybe less flexible.

Your having about 3 lesser products is a bit confusing, and that license history situation upset a few.

Since I would spend $45 on this, I really have to test it throughout a long day first. So I suggest an extension, publicly or quietly.

Nov 23 2011 at 11:54pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Dextronet has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 24 2011 at 12:00am Copy Link
Steven Avery thanks. I'll play with it today and probably have a number of comments, Nico knows the software can get both compliments and harumphs and involved questions from me

btw, A support forum of sorts, even simply Yahoogroups or Googlegroups (easy to manage) rather than a webforum (nice plus taxing) would be a big plus.

Nov 24 2011 at 12:02am Copy Link
Dextronet Steven: Thanks for the feedback.

Regarding URLs - you can either attach URLs as attachments, or include them in notes, both are clickable. You can't visit the URLs directly from task-view, you need to select the task first. Clickable URLs in Notes Preview column are possibility for the future.

Calendar is definitely planned for the future.

Custom columns will be added in the future as well.

We are currently focused on the sync/mobility/collaboration features, and then would like to add sub-tasks. After that, calendar and custom columns will be our top priority.
Dextronet - Nov 24 2011 at 2:19am Copy Link
ch ch ch chia Custom columns would be a major jump compared to the other todo list softwares out there since the possibilities are nearly endless.

Any way to have certain columns viewable for specific todo (sub) lists?
Nov 24 2011 at 10:06am Copy Link
Michael Begley I have used this product for some time now after purchasing it on a prior BistDuJour offer. It has a very nice feature set, is stable, and the user interface is simple and easy to learn. Along the way I have tried similar programs but come back to this one. The program does not have a calendar, but if you do not need that, then this program will be tough to beat.
Nov 24 2011 at 1:36pm Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi,

Thanks for the feedback above.

It would help a lot if the due date column could auto-bump on a recurring entry, to the next occurence. (Either automatically or as a configuration option or a task option.) This would work for a type of calendar scheduling of recurring events by sorting on the due date field. Just a creative way of accomplishing that need.

Similarly, reminders could be linked to recurring events. Right now I get an email once a week before my fav bluegrass gospel radio show, from Listpro (which is not even a ToDo list).

The tab metaphor would help, unbundling a lot from the Explorer-interface side, adding another dimension to structure, but that is a more radical change. What the Tab metaphor does is allow you to put much more into one database without feeling cluttered in the tree. One tab is computer, another is biz, another is entertainment, another is Bible, etc. As it stands now, you have to clump it all on the left side tree ... or have multiple unrelated databases. You are seeing this metaphor more in the Note programs these days (Right Note, TreeDbNotes) but not as much in ToDo programs.

Some thoughts. I am playing with it now.

One big plus is the way you have the memo field capable to be placed as a task or subtask, and similar writing capability with the note field within a task. This looks well implemented, with the RTF font/color capability.

Plus your printing looks well thought out. That is a nice plus. Suggestion, the ability to SAVE a print configuration. A big plus.

Plus you are responsive, even if, as many, currently partially diverted in enhancements by the weird world of the Android and IPod. The point of a program like this is to grow with it as a tool over a couple of years, so ongoing responsiveness is critical.

I will say that overall I am pleased. The combo of ease-of-use (fun on the run) and good implementations such as notes and drag-and-drop and printing makes it more than the dry todo that I am familar with. So I can see a combo usage of Swift, Listpro and maybe Rightnote (using Linkman as my pseudo-PIM) as working quite elegantly, allowing Swift to grow on the calendar section.

You could add a fixed column as Where, or Location .. for those things that are done in Manhattan, or the Hamptons. In some cases it would be nice place to hold the phone # or url (looking forward to your making it hot clickable in one column, I see you have done some of this implementation through attachments, kewl). Clearly another existing column like context could be used in that way, but it seems to justify one more potential hard-coded one.

Anyway, impressed enough that I am planning the 3-user Pro special.

Nov 24 2011 at 4:03pm Copy Link
Dextronet Hi Steven,

Thank you very much for your feedback.

- "It would help a lot if the due date column could auto-bump on a recurring entry": This is already supported. You can go to File - Options, and in the Recurrence tab, select "Set Due Date to date of next recurrence".

- "Similarly, reminders could be linked to recurring events." Also, already supported. In the Recurrence tab, choose an Action that includes "Remind Me". Eg. Duplicate and remind me, or Set undone and remind me, or Just remind me.

- "Tab metaphor" - We will possibly implement this in the future, giving you the ability to open multiple databases at once.

We will eventually support columns.

Once again, thanks, and I hope you will enjoy Swift To-Do List!
Dextronet - Nov 25 2011 at 5:04am Copy Link
Software Guy For the folks that want timers, I found a little utility called timeleft http://www.softwaregeek.c...eleft.html which also has notes to help track things like auctions or test dates in real time. For the ebayers, aebay has a utility called countdown to track auctions and there are numerous other auction tracking utilities avaiable
The timers seem a nice complement to swift todo.
Hope that helps.
Nov 25 2011 at 7:36am Copy Link
Steven Avery thanks for the pointers on the features Jiri. I did purchase the pro 3-pack, so you probably will get more feedback.
Nov 25 2011 at 4:18pm Copy Link
JesusInsideMe Do can I import tasks, contacts and notes from my local Outlook?
God bless you, bye.
Dec 5 2011 at 9:15am Copy Link
Dextronet Jesus: Yes, you can import tasks from your Outlook, thanks to the flexible Import Wizard in Swift To-Do List. See more here: or
Dextronet - Dec 5 2011 at 9:22am Copy Link
Charlie N Hope BDJ can entice Jiri @ Dextronet to offer an affordable upgrade path to the new Ultimate Edition of STDL. Even the upgrade "deal" right now is too steep for my blood unfortunately.
Feb 10 2012 at 9:23am Copy Link
Software Guy The super popular Swift to do organizer is offered again on BDJ - this time in pro form. I suggest that you read the older comments then have a look at the feature list link in the description above.
The differences between versions is here
The software is portable which is very convenient. It does not require admin rights to install - so you can use it at work or at school too, and from a usb drive.
Beyond being great, easy to use software, it is considered indispensible by many. It features drag and drops hyperlinks into notes and great reminders. Best of all, the software comes with absolutely top notch developer support. Highly recommended.
Apr 1 2012 at 8:44pm Copy Link
Res Hum Sync with Google Calendar?
Apr 2 2012 at 4:11am Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi Folks,

This is a fine program, after looking at a number of the ToDos I decided this is the best combination of strength and ease-of-use . Principle competitors from a few years back have not been actively enhanced. (Priorganizer and Quick as examples).

The good freeware programs (e.g. ToDoList and Task Coach) either do not have the user pizazz of Swift or are designed more for project movement . ToDoList almost yelling "programmer bug-fix project" at you :). Good programs, but not the daily friendly one for many uses. (I am not going into details of feature questions here, just know that Swift is very good).

As with any ToDo, you tend to go in and out of use. The cloud programs simply do not compare in ease-of-use and features, although they do make it easier to work from multiple puters. I try to use cloud stuff for simple notes, so I do not have to be concerned with sync. A suggestion : you can make a note there, in the cloud on the run for fun, and then refine it as an entry in Swift.

We have one point of discomfit with Dextronet on Swift. The pushing of rather normal features like spell-check into a much more pricey "Ultimate" edition, after building up the "Pro" user base, is a very dubious marketing strategy that we were laughing about at Donation Coder. Dextronet should rethink this idea. In my case I will stick with my currrent Pro (bought at Bits) and be very slow to get involved in other purchases from Dex. Happy with Pro, but if I did not point out this long-term problem, I would be doing the readers a disservice. C'mon, Dex, get with the program !

Apr 2 2012 at 5:51am Copy Link
James Trill Will the custom columns, sub tasks and calendar be included in the pro or will it be under the 'much more pricy Ultimate edition'?
Apr 2 2012 at 7:58am Copy Link
Dextronet Res Hum: Not yet, but it is very likely going to be added.

James: To be honest with you, it's not decided yet, but some of these features will be most likely part of Pro. Also, it's good to keep in mind that you can always upgrade to the higher edition for just the price difference.
Dextronet - Apr 2 2012 at 8:31am Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi,

However, just the price difference is like $60 or so, which much more than most people put into a To-Do program.

(note: I am not discussing your setting up an Internet server, which understandably has its own pricing situation.)

Jiri .. a reminder.. on Bits.. just a little while ago .. before the release of the "ultimate" editioin:

"We plan to add LOTS of new features in the 7.xx version, including most of the mentioned ... a calendar panel ... Yes. It will be added this year. We plan to add many new features ...Yes, custom columns are definitely something that we want to add, possibly this year even ...Deploy to USB.. Yes, that's another feature we plan to add this year."

Once burned, twice shy. A good program, and an upgrade fee to 8.0 for these features like calendar and spell-check, etc. would be fine, but instead we have a little edition/version game to contend with.

I'll pass. Change the model.

Steven Avery
Apr 2 2012 at 9:41am Copy Link
Nelson Carvalho I bought Swift to-do List 7 Professional on another date and I'm quite pleased. The program has great features, is easy to use and is always being improved. Very good support. Already upgraded to the ultimate version. I recommend.
Apr 2 2012 at 9:57am Copy Link
K X How close is the syncing feature to coming out of beta and into an official release. I've mostly been using the program from a USB flash drive, but have been thinking about syncing.
Apr 2 2012 at 1:53pm Copy Link
G Nowhere I have to agree with Steven, bad business model, i own professional and don't plan on switching to ultimate. I have already told Jiri that I am not happy and suspect others will feel the same. Will use professional until i find alternative or its stops working, whichever comes first.
Apr 2 2012 at 3:45pm Copy Link
H. H. Hallo,
it seems that some useful new features have been implemented (time-tracking,...), but nevertheless the comment on your homepage (edition domparison) may be the dealbreaker:
"More extra features in the future
We will keep adding other exclusive features only into the Ultimate edition"
The vague information,regarding the important column-customiation, subtasks, calenders "not decided yet...,, "some,..."most likely,.." is nothing one can rely on.
As a customer I´ve to know, if the features I´m looking for will cost me 50 § or 110§. You may overthink that, since even the professional version means quite a great investigation for a todo-list program. Sorry, but under these circumstances I can´t make the decision for buying it. Hopefully you may offer it at bdj again with a more reasonable and reliable condition
with kind regards
Apr 2 2012 at 3:47pm Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi,

And I think those quotes above were as recent as last November. And then almost right away the Ultimate edition comes out. Leaves a bad impression, and makes us wonder about the value of your word.

Right now, David sums it up :

"Will use professional until i find alternative or its stops working, whichever comes first."

You owe your existing Pro base an apology for misleading us, combined with due consideration in upgrades. And/or changes made to the model.

If a person's word is not his bond, then it does not matter what he ToDoes.

Apr 2 2012 at 6:55pm Copy Link
Fletch Someone mentioned a calendar panel. I was looking around for a calendar view but could not find one. Maybe I'm missing the point but I would think a calendar view would be a basic feature in anything used to organize items by due date.
Apr 2 2012 at 8:52pm Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Ok folks, that's enough with the pro/ultimate complaints. They've been lodged, no need to belabor the opinions.
BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 2 2012 at 10:10pm Copy Link
Dextronet The Ultimate edition includes mainly "premium" features compared to Professional. You don't need them: 100 extra tree icons, spellchecker, two-line displaying of tasks, etc. Even in the future, the Ultimate-only features will be mainly features like this, eye-candy, etc. Everything truly important is in Professional - and always will.
Dextronet - Apr 2 2012 at 11:51pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Dextronet has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 3 2012 at 12:00am Copy Link
daniel paner I've got the pro version and it's capable, quick, and fun to use. I didn't like the price tag on Pro, less so on Ultimate. But the program does what it says and well. Plus it is attractive and well-designed. My biggest concern is what the ongoing costs are going to be when sync'ing goes live. I went from Remember the Milk and Evernote because of their onerous pricing models, sacrificing sync'ing capability and opting for other programs, all of which are working well.

Be gentle - most of us here are single users, not teams who can afford the higher costs.
Apr 3 2012 at 10:16am Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi,

Daniel, good question, but it is likely hard to know ahead of time. I find most ad-hoc syncing attempts problematic, you find people talking about how they spend more time making sure of the sync working than time gained. The only sync that really is pure is a server that is updating the file in real-time, one data version. (Counterpoint welcome.) With the occasional exception of when the internet or server connection is down and then the server receives a new file.

Thus, a single server 'sync' (ie. real-time data update, is that what Swift plans ?) that knows exactly the program nature makes sense. (But even if a clump-sync, knowing the data format is a big help, an advantage of an intelligent sync.) Hopefully the cost is moderate, but if it really, really works as a server rather than a sync-spot, it can be worth a small spot of change. Another possibility is setting up your own server for the purpose, as a semi-tech. Then explain it on Donationcoder :) .

Apr 3 2012 at 8:53pm Copy Link

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